Video: Surprise Trump Pre-Debate Press Conference Features Four Clinton Rape Victims

I really think people are afraid to watch the women raped by Bill Clinton speak. It’s an unpleasant reminder that Bill Clinton is a bad dude with a pleasant smile. He doesn’t look like a rapist.

It’s also an unpleasant reminder of how we let him off the hook while he was president.

Published on Oct 9, 2016
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a press conference with Bill Clinton accusers and victims at a hotel near the debate hall at Washington University in St. Louis just an hour and a half before debate start time Sunday night.

Sitting at a table with Trump, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathy Shelton introduced themselves one by one and explained why they are voting for the candidate. As a refresher, Jones accused Clinton of flashing him at the White House. Broaddrick accused Clinton of raping her and Willey accused the former President of aggressively groping her. All of them say Hillary Clinton threatened them after the incidents about remaining quiet and not causing problems.

Kathy Shelton was raped at 12-years-old in the 1980s and Hillary Clinton represented the man who did it as a public defender. Tape surfaced a few years ago showing Hillary laughing about the rapist passing a lie detector test and getting off without prison time.

All of these women will be in the debate hall tonight.

11 thoughts on “Video: Surprise Trump Pre-Debate Press Conference Features Four Clinton Rape Victims

  1. Missed the debate. Family was watching something or other. Read in Twitter that Pence wants to withdraw but it was not confirmed. This is completely out of control. I am sending a Tweet to you in a moment.

  2. CNN with Wolf Blitzer said it’s “outrageous” that he is going with this and female colleague stooge said it’s “IRRELEVANT” what this women will say.

    As Trump said – JAIL for Hitllery – I would add – DISMANTLING CNN

  3. Saboteur, Do you think that Bill Clinton’s insurance rates went up? The scumbag rapist would be hard-pressed to deny this.

    From “old news” 18 years ago: – [From the very end of this page]:

    “Paula Jones won’t get an apology but will receive lots of money ($850,000) from President Clinton. Almost half (about $400,00) will come from Chubb Group Insurance”.

  4. Regardless of the final $850,000 payment to Paula Jones, the negotiations were not that easy.

    “The existence of the liability coverage was first revealed in February 1996, a time when Clinton’s legal defense fund was overwhelmed by mounting costs from the lengthy Whitewater probe. Clinton had complained that his legal bills were depleting his savings.

    But at the time Clinton had the two policies covering him, which already had paid nearly $900,000 of Bennett’s legal bills.

    Chubb has never disclosed any details about its coverage of Clinton, which it said was in force when Jones alleges the harassment took place.
    In the Jones case, State Farm and Chubb had already paid Bennett twice as much as the $700,000 that Jones originally asked for in her 1994 lawsuit.”

    • “The settlement foreclosed the possibility that Clinton’s personal life would be reopened for public inspection at a sensational trial had the lawsuit dismissed in April been reinstated, as many lawyers involved believed it would be. It also may help the president’s allies defend him against independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr’s allegations that he lied and obstructed justice during the case, while providing a new opportunity for the White House to cut a separate deal with Congress to drop impeachment proceedings.

      Just hours before the settlement was inked yesterday, Starr sent new evidence to the House Judiciary Committee stemming from a witness in the Jones case, Kathleen E. Willey, who also accused Clinton of an unwelcome sexual advance.

      Jones made no public comment, but her husband, Steve, told reporters outside their California condominium that the payment amounts to an apology on its own.

      “Let the impeachment hearings begin. We want out of it,” he said. “Paying a substantial amount of money makes a statement on its own. This is Paula’s reputation that we were fighting for. This has nothing to do with an ax to grind with Bill Clinton.”

      John W. Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute, which financed her lawsuit, called the deal “justice for Paula” and said it would draw attention to “the importance of protecting powerless women from workplace harassment and the role of the rule of law in our highest offices.”

      The extraordinary case came to an extraordinary finale, with the defendant agreeing to pay $850,000 even though the plaintiff originally only asked for $700,000 when she filed suit — and even though the case was dismissed without a trial.”.

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